Desktop timer for Pomodoro Technique users | MyThinkPond

If you are looking to improve your productivity when you are working on a mindful task then Pomodoro Technique is the way.

It’s a technique where you sit for twenty-five minutes at a time focused on one task. At the end of the cycle, you take a “required” short break and then start on your next cycle.

Why twenty-five minutes and not thirty? If you find out why, let me know.

Well, Célio Cidral Junior at http://www.tomighty.org/ has created a desktop timer that helps you organize and execute your tasks using the Pomodoro technique.

Give it a try, you won’t be disappointed.

Cheers

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About Venkatt Guhesan
Enterprise Software Architect currently working at DataDirect Networks developing a highly scalable monitoring solution called DDN Insight. My passions include all things Open Source including Linux (CentOS, Red Hat, Gentoo, Open Stack, Docker & Ubuntu), embedded ARM processors and microcontrollers (Arduino, UDOO, Cubieboard, BeagleBoard, OnionIO, TI's Zigbee). Coming from an Electrical and Computer Engineering background, working in developing and designing enterprise - distributed, highly scalable software requires a unique set of software skills with a good understanding of the hardware. This makes his work challenging and interesting. In his free time, he spends his time with his family and two children. He also enjoys researching on topics including - world ancient history and yoga. Visit the 'About' section for more details.
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